“It’s like peanut butter and chocolate. Each is great, but they’re better together.” –Richard Whitehead
We suppose it’s possible Richard Whitehead wasn’t talking about kittens when he said this, but it certainly applies!
At the SPCA of Wake County, they recommend adopting kittens in pairs. With two kittens, each one always has a playmate. When they’re feeling particularly rowdy, they’re using that intense kitten energy on their friend instead of you. Cats are generally active early in the morning and late at night. If they have a friend at home, they’re more likely to play with each other and let you get a little more sleep.
Just in case you needed yet another reason to come adopt some kittens, now through the end of August, kitten adoption fees are buy one, get one half off.
For more information visit SPCA of Wake County.
200 Petfinder Lane, Raleigh, NC 27603